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  • NGHTMRE Announces First Solo Red Rocks Headline To Debut New Album


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    Though NGHTMRE has played Red Rocks plenty of times with SLANDER or Big Gigantic, he’s never headlined the famed venue solo. That changes next April with “INTO THE DRMVRSE.”

    The show will be the debut performance of his debut album and upcoming tour, both of which we can somewhat safely assume will have “DRMVRSE” in the name. Tickets go on sale today — go to the link in the tweet below to access the pre-sale, password DRMVRSE.

    A NEW CHAPTER OF NGHTMRE BEGINS NEXT YEAR AT RED ROCKS IN COLORADO ON APRIL 15, 2022

    “INTO THE DRMVRSE”

    Pre-Sale starts TODAY at 12pm MT (Password: DRMVRSE) https://t.co/4mTN7QGMs2 pic.twitter.com/sNI3FvsozX

    — NGHTMRE (@NGHTMRE) November 15, 2021

    This will be my first show debuting my new album & the upcoming album tour. We are working on a ton of cool installations & other stuff to make this show incredibly special. YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS!!

    ALSO AHH IM HEADLINING RED ROCKS BY MYSELF FOR THE FIRST TIME LETS GO!!!🔮

    — NGHTMRE (@NGHTMRE) November 15, 2021

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: NGHTMRE Announces First Solo Red Rocks Headline To Debut New Album

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